Animation Is Movie introduced on Thursday that Hayao Miyazaki‘s The Boy and the Heron (Kimi-tachi wa Dō Ikiru ka, or actually How Do You Stay?) will open the 2023 pageant, which can run at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese language 6 Theatres from October 18 to October 22. Different anime movies on the pageant embody Phoenix: Memory of Flower (the movie model of the Phoenix: Eden17 anime adaptation of Osamu Tezuka‘s Phoenix manga) and The Concierge (Manufacturing I.G animator Yoshimi Itazu‘s adaptation of Tsuchika Nishimura‘s manga.
The Boy and the Heron has bought over 5.46 million tickets, and is now the #79 highest-grossing movie in Japan, after surpassing the 2007 HERO movie, Deep Affect, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the live-action The Final Message: Umizaru movie, and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
The movie bought 1.003 million tickets and earned about US$13.2 million in its first three days in Japan. The movie bought 1.353 million tickets and earned 2.149 billion yen (about US$15.53 million) in its Friday-Monday lengthy weekend (July 17 was the Marine Day vacation in Japan).
The movie is the primary Studio Ghibli movie to get a simultaneous IMAX launch. The movie can be screening in Dolby Atmos, Dolby Cinema, and DTS:X.
GKIDS licensed the movie, and it’ll launch it in North American theaters on December 8, with preview engagements on November 22.
Miyazaki is credited with the unique work, along with directing the movie and writing the script. Joe Hisaishi (Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro) composed the music. Kenshi Yonezu (Chainsaw Man, My Hero Academia, March is available in like a lion) performs the theme track “Chikyūgi” (Globe).
Studio Ghibli will turn out to be a subsidiary of Nippon Tv Holdings in October, because the community turns into the bulk shareholder of studio, buying 42.3% of shares.
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